On Sat, Jun 15, 2013 at 12:27 AM, Crew wrote:

>>> The vast majority of photographers DON'T use Linux because there's been
>>> >nothing credible for them.
>>
>> It's amazing that there are people who actually believe that.
>
> Why would you believe anything else ?

Because I have a brain and I happen to use it for its primary function
which is thinking.

Consider this statement of yours:

> That sort of proportion is in keeping with what people are using on the big
> photo forums like Luminous Landscape, Fred Miranda, DPReview etc.

Now, the first thing a person of an analytical persuasion would ask
is: is the choice for Win/Mac and proprietary software an informed
one?

In a world where people still think that GIMP is a strictly
multiwindow application and there's no color management on Linux, are
you, Paul Holman, owner (?) of www.colourprofiles.com, prepared to
testify that you personally interviewed each of your clients and each
visitor of those said forums, and as the result of that study you
found out that yes indeed -- all of them are informed about their
options on Linux, more or less follow the progress of GIMP and
darktable, but simply don't find them good enough?

A simple 'yes' or 'no' would suffice.

Alexandre Prokoudine
http://libregraphicsworld.org
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